Reviews and Problems with Atelier Totori: The Adventurer of Arland
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Arnold Thor, Amazon
5 July 2014
Summary: I've been playing Atelier Rorona (the first of the series) and I enjoyed it. You play as an alchemist named Totoria (Totori for short) who was trained by none other than Rorona. You will play as Totori as she fulfill her dream of becoming an alchemist and adventurer just like her mother. I've been playing for over 50 hours now and I enjoyed it just like I enjoyed the first of the series especially when they have a heroine from the first one.
Summary: this game is both fun and challenging. Though i may not go PS4. I am a RPG player, so i naturally would enjoy this game. I would recommend this to an RPG or Anime player. I would not recommend this game to gamers who play shooters all day. this would put them to sleep.
Summary: This rpg has time management just like Persona 4 but the time doesn't pressure too much while you're playing. As long as you doing something you don't have to worry about running out of time. I fell in love with this title and I look forward to playing the other installments as well.
Summary: I really liked part one of this series, Atelier Rorona. This sequel was such a vast improvement that I was pleasently surprised. I have played it numerous times and have never finished all the story lines or completed all the goals.. The game is challenging but easy enough to play without using "cheats." The in-game library gives hints without spoiling the game. Atelier Totori will be permanent part of my game collection. I will be replaying it for years to come.
Summary: Alright, first off, if you are looking for something like Demons Souls, or Elder Scrolls, this won't be a good fit for you. The battles is like something from of the Final Fantasies. It's turn-based combat, so don't really expect any fast paced action, honestly. In this game, you play as a beginner alchemist, Tooria Helmond. Everyone just calls her Totori. Since this is the sequel to Atelier Rorona, there is still a time limit.
Summary: This game has lots of comedy, action and, emotion in it. the animation is colorful and lively. The game play is fun and challenging. This is the type of game I would play more then once. The only issue I have is that when I received the game the case was cracked all the way down the middle.
Summary: Earlier in the month two JRPGs, White Knight Chronicles 2 and Disgaea 4, were released for the PS3 in the West. White Knight Chronicles 2 was a major improvement over the first one and Disgaea 4 was top notch, in my opinion. The PS3 ends this month at a high note for JRPGs with Atelier Totori. This game has solved many of Atelier Rorona's flaws.
Summary: I just found a new favorite Fantasy RPG = Atelier Totori! This is an awesome game! Combat is turn-based. The player does not have to worry about positioning on the battlefield since any character can hit any monster, and vice versa. You get three characters in your party, including Totori who uses items and acts like a spellcaster, although there are not spells in the game.
Summary: After playing Rorona, I knew I had to get Totori too!! I loved this game, felt that it was a great improvement over Rorona. Graphics are much much better, systems are better and they really improved it alot. I loved the story line, the voice actors are great as well, and with help from walkthroughs I found online I was able to play most of the endings with a couple of saves. A couple things I didn't like was that gathering took time too!